Knowledge Collection: InfoSphere Data Architect
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 How to create a sequence in Infosphere Data Architect
 Why do I see multiple lines when I create a mapping document in IDA?
 Using Infosphere Data Architect how do you format the output diagram?
 How to create an index in Infosphere Data Architect?
 Recovering Mapping Model after Data Model is renamed
 System requirements for InfoSphere Data Architect Version 7.5.2.x
 System requirements for InfoSphere Data Architect Version 7.5.3
 System requirements for InfoSphere Data Architect Version 7.6
 Attempting to re-install IBM InfoSphere Data Architect - Version 7.5.2 after the trial license has expired from a previous installation might result in a hang issue on the Windows XP operating system
 Error when Exporting Model to Metadata Server: "You must install the Websphere MetaBrokers and Bridges from IBM Information Server in order to import and export models from the
 Exporting/Importing Logical Data Model to/from Excel causes errors
 Columns are showing as NULL in the Generate DDL create table statement in IDA
 Help Contents do not display with proxy server defined in web browser
 Cross-product integration (shell sharing) of IBM IDA 184.108.40.206 and IBM ODS 2.2.
APAR Fix List
InfoSphere Data Architect APARs: 220.127.116.11, 7.5.2, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, 7.5.3, 126.96.36.199, 7.6
 Collecting Data: InfoSphere Data Architect Error
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